Lil Mama Has Some Thoughts On Women In Hip-Hop, And Fans Have Questions…

NEWARK, NJ - AUGUST 26:  Hip-hop artist Lil Mama speaks on stage during the 2018 Black Girls Rock! at New Jersey Performing Arts Center on August 26, 2018 in Newark, New Jersey.  (Photo by Gilbert Carrasquillo/WireImage)

Lil Mama Has Some Thoughts On Women In Hip-Hop, And Fans Have Questions…

“I will never understand such an insecure, prostitution, peasant way of thinking…"

Published September 17th

Lil Mama has been relatively calm on the music front since that embarrassing debacle at the 2009 VMAs. The self-proclaimed "Voice of the Young People" has been conquering the acting world with starring roles in VH1's CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story and TV One's When Love Kills: The Falicia Blakely Story. 

However, the New York femcee took to Instagram to address some alarming concerns of hers about women in hip-hop. 

  1. Lil Mama inquired, "why is this new generation of women in hip-hop music infatuated with the idea of being attracted to, being able to sleep with or get money from [another woman's] man?"

    Continuning her tirade by saying, "I will never understand such an insecure, prostitution, peasant way of thinking. I don't care how many records it sells... It's weird AF."

  2. She did make it known that this isn't a shot at anyone, though, but fans are still raising eyebrows over her sentiment. A few agreed, but some reminded her that this narrative dates back decades.
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  3. Even Lil Mama asked 'Alexa' to "play Monica's Sideline H*e" and Mokenstef's "He's Mine" to solidify her point.
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    Maybe the "Shawty Get Loose" rapstress will be the one to flip the narrative.

Written by Mya Abraham

(Photo: Gilbert Carrasquillo/WireImage)


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